Join us for our Sunday services at 10.30am and 6.30pm.

Sundays are the focal point of our life together at Westgate Chapel, as we gather together to worship God, to listen to his Word – the Bible – and respond to what he is saying to us.

Everyone is welcome at our services, regardless of background, level of interest, religious affiliation, or life circumstances. Whoever you are, you’ll find a warm welcome with us.

What should I expect?

When you arrive you will be greeted by one of our welcome team, who will offer you a Bible to use during the church services, and will be happy to answer any questions you might have about our gatherings.

Our services don’t have a dress code, so wear whatever you’re comfortable in. There will be a mixture of traditional hymns, more modern songs, prayers, Bible readings, a sermon (a talk) that opens up a passage in the Bible and applies it to our lives today. Our sermons are usually in a series that seek to work through whole books of the Bible, so that we can hear as much of God’s word as possible. Recent sermon series have included Mark’s Gospel and Isaiah.

We have Communion during the morning service on the first Sunday, and during the evening service on the third Sunday of the month. If you’re a Christian, who knows and loves the Lord Jesus, then you are invited to participate with us in Communion.

Services usually last around an hour and a quarter. Following the formal part of our meeting there will be tea and coffee served. We’d love to get to know you better during this time.don

What about children?

We love having children and families with us and want them to be as welcome as possible. We run a crèche and sunday school (for primary school aged children) during the service which you are welcome to join in with. Children usually join us for the start of the service and then leave for their groups when directed to do so.

What about money?

We do have an offering during our services, which are an opportunity for those who are a regular part of the church family to give towards the work at Westgate Chapel. If you’re visiting us, then you are a guest amongst us and should feel under no compulsion to give.

Are there disabled facilities?

Our building is wheelchair accessible, with flexible seating to allow those with access restrictions to sit wherever is most comfortable, as well as disabled toilet facilities.

Will I be able to hear?

Microphones are used throughout our services to make sure nothing spoken from the front is missed. A hearing loop is also available for those with hearing aids.

latest sermon

21 Apr 2019

Jesus rose again, just as He said

Passage Mark Ch. 15 v. 40 - Ch. 16 v. 8

Speaker Gareth Russell

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